Esperanto is a constructed language that was published in 1887 by Ludoviko Lazaro Zamenhof with the intention for it to become the language of international communication. Although it has fallen short of this ambitious goal, Esperanto is by far the most successful constructed language. Esperanto is much easier to learn than any typical natural language and learning it has a positive effect on learning more languages.
- Esperanto at Wikipedia
- Why Esperanto is different
- Wikibooks Esperanto Textbook
- The Esperanto Teacher
- Dr. Esperanto's International Language
This course is supposed to become one that takes the learner from the basics through all the intricacies of the language.
- Lesson 1 — Pronunciation, parts of speech, noun basics, article, a few personal pronouns, present tense
- Lesson 2 — Pronunciation (repetition), adjective basics, verb basics, personal pronouns, affixes (mal- + -ino)
- Lesson 3 — Adverbs, ĉu, the suffix -n, counting
- Lesson 4 — Basic derivation
- Lesson 5 — The wonderful world of correlatives
- Lesson 6 — Comparisons and Participles
- Lesson 7 — Advanced derivation (Prefixes and Suffixes)
- Lesson 8 — Time and purchases
- Lesson 9 — Final touches
- Esperanto Wiktionary
- Word index on (the English) Wiktionary
- Root chart
- The sixteen rules of Esperanto grammar
- Aug 2, 2013 - 7th lesson completed
- December 21, 2012 — First lesson launched!
- December 3, 2011 — This page is being cleaned up.
- December 11, 2006 — Department founded!